Korri Brown, a special education and emotional support teacher in the Kennett Consolidated School District, has been elected PSEA vice president by the Association’s Board of Directors.
Brown succeeds Rich Askey, who became PSEA president in November following the death of Dolores McCracken. Jeff Ney is treasurer.
“Korri Brown is a strong leader and a good friend,’’ Askey said. “She is committed to public schools and passionate about students.’’
Brown, who has taught for 17 years at Kennett High School, Chester County, has been a member of the PSEA Board of Directors since 2011 and Southeastern Region president since 2013.
“I’m grateful and honored that my colleagues on the PSEA board have confidence in me,’’ Brown said. “I will work as hard as I can to represent the interests of every PSEA member and every student in Pennsylvania.’’
Under PSEA’s constitution and bylaws, the vice president becomes president in the event of a vacancy, and the board elects a vice president. The PSEA House of Delegates will elect a full officer team in May.